Mister Bungle Puppet Show
MISTER BUNGLE, the vile puppet from LUNCHROOM MANNERS over in the AV GEEK section of these archives, has his own show! Yay! Fun for the hole family.
Run time 1:30Audio/Visual sounds, coloredContact Information www.frankpanucci.com
Why does MISTER BUNGLE act the way he does? Look for the bottle of pills on the lunchroom table!
The VCD-ready MPEG file has the best sound. The other files are dang near unintelligible because of the vagaries of each format's audio compression. Do yourself a favor and get an MPEG today! The MP4 files are always messed up, so it's best to shun them.
The new Prelinger Archive slogan is: Ig-NORE the MP4.
Edits - FRANK PANUCCI
Music - FRANK PANUCCI
The voice of MISTER BUNGLE - Various members of the FRANK PANUCCI players
The MISTER BUNGLE puppet show begins -
He proposes an immoral act -
He chastises himself -
He assaults fellow diners -
He laments -
January 20, 2005
So I was not the only one who saw the "Punch" qualities in this lunchroom puppet...
No, no-- he's not a doomed loser! Unhindered by his sickly-Popeye speech impediment, this happy gloating Punch actually manages some successful swipes, even at himself. Lady Elaine Fairchild should take some cues.
September 14, 2004
Excerpt from kids' health film turned into howl of pain
As yet, there are no Punch and Judy movies to download from the Prelinger library, but this is a good substitute. A harmless little clip from an old educational movie is turned into a searing psychodrama, on par with the classic films Leaving Las Vegas and Henry: Portrait Of A Serial Killer.
The timing of the inevitable finale is perfect and hilarious.